In November last year, WWE released NXT star Jordan Myles following controversy surrounding a t-shirt design which Myles labelled as racist.
Myles believed that the t-shirt resembled black-face, and would go on to post several rants about the way black wrestlers are treated within WWE on his Twitter.
He was released by the company soon after, and it was thought he may have decided to call an end to his wrestling career as a result. He even said as much in December of last year in a tweet.
However, he has made sporadic appearances under his old ring name ACH since then, and he has just been announced for NJPW Strong, where he will team up with former WWE star TJP in a six-man tag match.
His return was announced by NJPW on its Twitter account yesterday.
Full card revealed for NJPW STRONG week two!
ACH is back! PJ Black, Blake Christian, Jordan Clearwater all make their debuts!
— NJPW Global (@njpwglobal) August 11, 2020
It will be his first match since February 2020, and will feature on a card headlined by Jeff Cobb vs. KENTA, which is sure to be an absolute slugfest.